Ed Flores calls himself a "movement photographer." His unique style captures both the artistry and the physical exertion of dance. We spoke with him about his inspiration and technique.

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Saturday, 16 February 2013 21:01

Come and Play with Us... Forever

Identical twin sisters Susan and Sarah Wang (Susan is older by three minutes) have been playing piano together since the age of seven.

They recently completed their Konzert Exam studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Rostock, Germany, and have subsequently been playing, and winning awards, all over the world.

Though originally from New Jersey, they currently live in Berlin and Schwerin.

Published in Rising Star Interviews
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 20:17

Bill Plympton: The Art of Independence

Growing up, Bill Plympton dreamed of someday working for Disney. After his animated film, Your Face, was nominated for an Academy Award in 1987, Disney offered him a million dollars to animate the genie in Aladdin. Plympton said no. Disney wanted ownership of all his work and Plympton wasn't willing to give that up. Plympton has remained independent ever since.

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Eran Chen is the creative director of ODA, a prominent architecture firm based in New York City. ODA's mission of improving people's lives is attracting more clients and bigger projects. 

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Everything changed for trumpeter  Philip Dizack when he learned to play a C major scale. An undying love for jazz and a devotion to practice eventually led him to New York City , where he attended the Manhattan School of Music, and won several awards. Philip has just released his second album as a leader: End of an Era. 

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Kyle Thompson has made a name for himself with his surrealist self-portraits. Thompson puts himself in harm's way for the sake of his art, but his risks have paid off. His work demonstrates the technique and skills of an artist far beyond his years. He even manages to make suburban Illinois look awesome - now that's talent. Check out our interview with Mr. Thompson below.

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